Interoperable Standards for Monitoring Energy in Networked Lighting Systems

Energy efficiency has been the key driver behind the widespread adoption of networked lighting control systems (NLCs). There are multiple standards for energy monitoring, each covering part of the whole solution. This webinar discusses how these standards play together for a unified, fully interoperable experience. We discuss the requirements for system components, practical methods for collecting luminaire-level measurements, and a system-level approach to collection, aggregation, and visualization of energy data.

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